Women’s Better Verbal Memory Can Mask Early Symptoms of Dementia
A new research from the University of California, USA, suggests that women better recall information that was rendered through words due to their better verbal memory, even if they already have pre-dementia changes in brain.
The scientists believe that the findings of this study can explain why more women than men are suffering from the condition.
Dr. Erin Sundermann, an author of the study from the University of California, San Diego, says: “Adjusting memory tests to account for the differences between men and women may help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease earlier in women.”
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